Someone recently told me about Expressflux but when I did my own research, it looks like a scam/spam lol. Has anyone ever worked with this company? Besides high traffic what other benefits does it give you? Would you recommend it? I don't want to waste my money. I understand what works for one person may not work for the other, so I am open to all feedback.
I bought the 6 month 2nd tier package and they refunded me immediately. They said they "couldn't bring traffic to my niche." I'm in the camping niche, makes no sense that they wouldn't be able to get me traffic. I'm having no trouble getting paid traffic and building social traffic for my brand. There's millions of people who enjoy camping in America.
I'd say it's a scam. It says 290+ visitors per day for 6 months for around $90. If this was true, it would be a very good package. Wish it would have worked. Probably a scam though.
Also the email Lara's comes up with a spam alert when you search for it...
This has a few bad reviews about how this could actually hurt your Google rank. If I had to guess they are using bots. High bounce rates, low session durations, and single city geo-locations all adds up to a suspicious traffic source. I'm glad they refunded me now to be honest!
Currently using them as a test. We have had the store up for 4 months with around 150 "sessions" average in a month, Then after signing up for a 30 day program, sessions jumped to 400-500 per day. However, none of those "visitors" went beyond the home page and never viewed the products or generated any sales, so far. At first all visits came from Facebook but after about 10 days we switched it to LinkedIn. Currently getting about 400 visits per day in Google Analytics. We figured LinkedIn would be a little better than Facebook for our niche
I supposed it could be a scam sending bot links thru LinkedIn for Facebook and not getting leads to REAL live people, but we are going to let it run its course and see what happens.
I guess it is as much a gamble as Facebook ads (we ran 2 of those for 2 weeks, spent as much as the 30 day program here and got the same results - zero sales or even visits to the website. nothing but likes on the Facebook page), so it is all kind of like going to the casino and playing roulette. You pay your money and you take your chances and maybe you get lucky!
I tend to agree, but with all of the options that we who are new at this have to try to figure out, It seems that there are lots of way that we can "waste" money trying things. We have a really limited budget and this venture is entirely self funded. So it is going to be a bit of trial and error until we find something that works. There are no instruction manuals or roadmaps for this and we have to educate ourselves as much as possible and try the things that have the lowest cost to make something work. I am glad we were cautious and did not go all in for one of their top plans. As with all plans to educate ourselves, the education costs money, no matter what course of action you take. Just remember the lessons.
Just got done with a 30 day subscription on ExpressFlux. While it did drive our "sessions" way up, like 5000%, it did not result in a single sale or in anyway boost our actual users. So I would have to say, do not waste your money! It does not work and as of today, when we were averaging around 200-300 sessions per day, we are back to zero, per Google Analytics.
So we are back to the drawing board to find some way of boosting sales without spending our grandchildren's inheritance.
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